June 16, 2024

District 186 board meets Tuesday with an eye on surging COVID-19 figures regionally

Buffy Lael-Wolf, right, is welcomed to the school board representing Subdistrict 5 by District 186 Superintendent Jennifer Gill during a school board meeting at the District 186 Administrative Center in Springfield, Ill., Monday, May 3, 2021. [Justin L. Fowler/The State Journal-Register]

When Springfield College District 186 administration and board of instruction members proceed to observe nearby COVID-19 numbers in preparing for a return from wintertime split Jan. 10, at the very least 1 university board member would like to see college student screening improved addressed.

Other space faculties return to courses this week whilst a more time crack for District 186 was presently scheduled. District workplaces reopen Tuesday and there is an in-provider working day for instructors Friday.

The college board meets Tuesday and will most probably listen to from Superintendent Jennifer Gill strategies for in-human being return or alternate designs if a return is delayed.

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Subdistrict 2 college board agent Micah Miller instructed previous 7 days that a pause or hold off at least be discussed in light of a then-one-working day record range of COVID-19 cases documented by the Sangamon County Department of General public Wellness Tuesday and improved hospitalizations. A new single-working day document number of noted situations was established again Thursday.